The new Woven Image Echo™ Tile collection gives users the freedom to create their own personalised piece of wall art.
November 11th, 2013
Echo™ Tile by Woven Image is an acoustic wall tile made up of three tessellated tile shapes called Square, Oblong and Delta, which allow users to create bespoke wall designs for commercial interiors.
An evolution of Woven Image’s Hex Tile product, the interactive collection offers a variety of combinations across an array of colours that can be previewed utilising the Echo™ Tile tool via wovenimage.com.au.
Echo™ Tile is easy to use with each individual tile featuring a self-adhesive backing. Echo™ Tile Square, Oblong and Delta are available in 10 colourways cut from 12mm EchoPanel®, and each shape has been designed with subtle rounded corners that will create an additional pattern when placed next to each other.
Square is available in a box of 10 tiles, while Oblong and Delta are both available in a box of 20 tiles each.
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